Clarke County (AL) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Clarke County Area

Bream/Bluegill,  Largemouth Bass,  Crappie,  Smallmouth Bass,  Catfish,  Flathead Catfish,  Rainbow Trout,  Redbreast Sunfish,  Redear Sunfish,   and 6 more

Bodies of Water in Clarke County Area

22 Lakes

216 Rivers and Streams

39 Reservoirs

77 other

Clarke County Fishing Reports

  "Crappie can be caught on minnows near brush piles and fallen trees. Bass..." Coffeeville Lake

Clarke County (AL) Fishing Spots

Allen Branch 10.4 miles
Bassett Creek 11.6 miles
Big Branch 11.8 miles
Bob Branch 3.4 miles
Burge Lake 3.6 miles
Burge Lake Dam 3.6 miles
Chapman Lake 3.3 miles
Coleman Creek 10.6 miles
Dodey Creek 11.5 miles
Dye Branch 8.7 miles
Fishers Creek 6.1 miles
Gillis Lake 0.8 miles
Hand Pole Branch 11.9 miles
James Creek 5.4 miles
Jones Branch 11.7 miles
Lake Harringan 3.4 miles
Maiben Creek 12.6 miles
Mill Creek 6.7 miles
Mill Creek 11 miles
Morgan Creek 11.7 miles
Orphans Creek 7.4 miles
Pugh Lake 4.4 miles
Rabbit Creek 13 miles
Scotch Club Dam 6.5 miles
Silver Creek 12.5 miles
Simmons Creek 10.5 miles
Skull Branch 7.9 miles
Smith Creek 9.3 miles
Solomon Dam 7.3 miles
Solomons Lake 7.3 miles
Tucker Branch 12.7 miles
Turkey Shoals 12.3 miles
Wells Creek 12.4 miles
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Clarke County (AL) Fishing Guides

Alabama Fishing Licenses

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About Clarke County (AL) Fishing

Whether you’re fishing for Rainbow Trout, Redear Sunfish or Rock Bass, or one of the other fish found near Clarke County, we can tell you where to find them, how to bring them in, and who's having success. So find your new favorite fishing spot near Clarke County, and grab your favorite fishing gear. All that, including links to your local fish and wildlife websites, record catches for a location, photos, GPS coordinates for where the fish can be found, and so much more. So what are you waiting for? Pick a nearby city and get started.